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How To Find A Good Custody Lawyer?
I'M Currently Trying To Find A Good Lawyer For A Future Non-Avoidable Custody Hearing. I Am In The Beginning Process Of Trying To Request Mediation For An Attempt To Have Visitation Rights From My Child'S Mother, And I Know I Will Eventually Have To Go To Court To Force Her To Follow The Mediation (If She Even Goes). I Hear Things About &Quot;Having A Good Lawyer&Quot;, But I Do Not Know How To Narrow The Search Down. I Have Been Told That You Can Not Exactly View How Many Cases They Have Won Or Lost, So I Am Trying To Not Overpay And End Up With Some Idiot Who Screws Me In Court. Can Anyone Help Out On This And Possibly Give Me Some Tips On How To Get The Ball Rolling On The Research Before I Go To War...Please? Also If You Have Any Helpful Tips On Do'S And Donts From Now Through All The Hearing And Children Services Stuff Any Info From Here On Can Help!
Well first off you really don't need to worry about the "attempt" to receive visitation rights to your child. That is, providing that you have nothing that poses as a risk to your child in your life. Something like drug use and abuse, alcoholism, and abuse are some things that can and generally will hurt a father or mothers chances at gaining some form of custody and visitation schedule.
I'm assuming that you weren't married to this girl (the mother) and that there is no current order regarding custody and visitation of the child. If that is the case, then your rights are as equal as the mothers. If an order exists, you simply petition the courts to modify the order regarding custody and visitation.
Mediation is really overrated. The mediators do nothing but keep you two from killing one another and asking you what you two think you can accomplish as far as agreeing to whatever. If you agree, the mediator types it up, the parties sign, go to court, judge asks is this cool, judge then makes it an order, and bye bye. If you don't agree, the mediator notes that the parties can't agree, parties go to court, if attorney's are present, attorney's b.s. a bit, get the party's together to try to mediate all over again, and if nothing happens it goes before the judge and the child makes their decision.
At times, if a court sees fit, they may appoint "child counsel" which is an attorney representing the child. This generally doesn't happen but it can. In most cases it happens in cases of neglect, etc.
Generally speaking, if your good to go and not a scum bag or anything, expect to get around a 30% time share. Alternating holidays with some additional time in the summer. Also keep in mind things change depending on the age of the child.
You don't really have to have a lawyer if you are willing to educate yourself. But if you feel shaky and can afford the roughly $10,000 that a good hard fought custody battle can lead to then so be it.
If you can do that, give me the 10 g's because that's what it really is like.
In other words, go hit up your book store and look for books on custody and divorce and things like that. I'd even look at parenting books regarding separate households. If your kid is old enough it really wouldn't hurt to get an idea how they feel. You'll need all the in site you can get over the years, trust me.
Don't be a wiener to the other parent, especially around the kid....EVER! They remember and it pisses them off later in life. No matter how much of a butthead the other parent wants to be, just be cool and when they go away go hit a speed bag or something. Always be there for the kid, don't miss any visits, ever, even if you gotta work, get a sitter yourself. Have your own clothing, bed stuff, and toys at your home. It makes it easier for the kid and more comfortable.
Court battles suck, so it's better to work it out.
I Need A Good Lawyer? 60510 Il Close?
I Need A Good Lawyer For A Housing Project That Did Not Turn Out Well. If Anyone Has Had Experience With A Good Lawyer Or Has Heard About A Good Business Please Let Me Know!
your best bet is not to take someones else's advice as they could be getting a finders fee ranging from 50.00-100.00 call your local board of bar overseers and Get their recommendation be safe
Can Anyone With Law Office Experience Answer This???
I Worked In A Small One-Lawyer Law Office Over The Summer, Before I Quit In Frustration. It Was My First Legal Experience. I Really Liked Learning The Law Stuff...But I Didn't Care Much For The Place I Worked. The Lawyer Was Only A Couple Of Years Out Of Law School, The Office Was Chaotic And Disorganized, He Was In Deep Financial Trouble, Had More Cases Than He Could Handle-Yet Was Taking On More.
The Office Was Being "Managed" By His Ditsy, Catty, 20 Year Old Receptionist That Came To Work Every Day In Jeans With Her Fat Boobs Almost Busting Out Of Her Shirt....Ugh So Tacky. He Showed Me How To Do Default Judgement Packets One Day, And Then The Next Day I Was Hearing That I Wasn't Doing Them Fast Enough, And I Should Be Churning Them Out At The Rate Of His Experienced Paralegal. He Would Go Into The Network And Do Stuff That Would Make Us Loose Important Data Like Calendar Dates....Then Get Mad That The "Work Wasn't Done".
Is This A Typical Law Office Experience? I Really Am Interested In Legal Assisting, But Not If Most Offices Are Like That One.
I've never worked in a law office but have heard that most lawyers are rigid and tend to have an obsessive-compulsive personality as in wanting everything to be just so (as opposed to obsessive-compulsive anxiety disorder). Law offices are said to be fast-paced too. As for legal assisting or paralegal work, I'd asked my friend's mother who'd worked at a law firm in human resources, and she'd said that most law offices prefer a paralegal that has a bachelor's in 'something' (and most likely graduated from aba approved program). Several years ago, I spoke with a lawyer about paralegal and he said that he could instead merely hire a law student as an intern and not have to pay job benefits.
How Many Presidents Have Been Defense Lawyers?
I know Lincoln and Adams both did some criminal defense work, beyond that, I'm not sure who else, if anyone, worked as a defense lawyer and later served as President.
It's likely that most 19th century presidents that were lawyers probably did criminal defense work, as back then most lawyers were general practice attorneys, meaning they would take any legal work that needed to be done, as opposed to having a specialty within a large firm.
Okay What Is A Father Gets A Child Visitation But The Child Is Scared And Doesn'T To Meet His Father But The Judge Ordered Oy But The Child Has One Chance Of Convinceing The Concler Is There Any Hope For The Child
I would suggest contacting your attorney (if you don't have one, it is a good idea to get one). I am not sure what exactly you are asking but if you are concerned for the child's safety, you need to find out why the child is scared. If there is no valid reason, there really is no valid excuse why father shouldn't get visitation. Even if something is going on the father is entitled at minimum to supervised visitation. You do not state how old the child is, so it is difficult for me to delve any further, and it is difficult to me to understand what result you are seeking based on your question. This can also be dependent on what state you are in.
Lawyer Help, Car Accident?
Last Week I Got Into A 3 Car Accident. The Crash Was My Fault Because I Accidentally Ran A Stop(Rainy Day, Brakes Locked Up). Now One Guy Is Trying To Sue My Dad(Because He Pays For Insurance) For Property Damage And That He Supposedly Got Injured Which Is Not True. He Was The Only One Driving A Truck(Old Tahoe) And Me And The Other Were Cars. Our Cars Were Damaged His Truck Was Near Unharmed. No One In Any Vehicle Was Injured. So My Question Is What Can Happen And How Can I Fight This Case? Thanks For Any Help In Advance.
You don't fight this. Your insurance company does. You turn the information over to them. If his insurance company or lawyer (or him personally) contact you, you refer them to your insurance company. What do you think you have been paying premiums for? This is their job, and they are good at it.
The only place where you might have difficulties is if you are carrying minimum coverage. If you have something like 15/30/5 and the guy is going to sue for more - like 30K for physical damage and 50K bodily injury, your insurance company could sell you out - write a check for the 15/30 and walk away leaving you responsible for the rest. That's when you need a lawyer. Ask them what is going on and what their intentions are.